EU warned that Kenya crisis is
not fully resolved
By Richard Newton
March 05, 2008
The International Watchdog Organization, Human Rights Watch, has
warned the European Union not to regard the Kenyan crisis as
While welcoming the power sharing deal brokered by UN mediator
Kofi Annan, the organization said there was still much to be done
and the International community had a vital role to play.
All eyes will be on the Kenyan Parliament tomorrow as it lays the
groundwork for political co-operation following months of violence
and loss of life. Human rights watch says this is only the first
step in the process to address the critical issues.
Alain Deletroz from the International Crisis Group says: "I think
this is the first benchmark that will show clearly where the
country is heading, whether the agreement will hold or not".
The Human Rights Watch says the power sharing deal does not mean
the international community can 'pack up and go home'.